Marriott International has just revealed that they’re launching all-inclusive holidays, with plans to build five new all-inclusive resorts in the Caribbean and Latin America.

Marriott said the decision was in response “to consumers’ growing desire around the world for premium, worry-free holidays”.

To accommodate this they’ve signed management contracts with hotel developers who plan to build five new all-inclusive resorts opening between 2022 and 2025.

The planned resorts include:

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
650-room Autograph Collection resort (2022 anticipated opening)

NIA, Riviera Nayarit, Mexico
240-room The Ritz-Carlton resort (2023 anticipated opening)
400-room Westin Hotels resort (2023 anticipated opening)
300-room Autograph Collection resort (2025 anticipated opening)
500-room Marriott Hotels resort (2025 anticipated opening)

As well as the new-builds, Marriott will convert existing resorts to have all-inclusive packages.

Initially, Marriott’s plan is to leverage Ritz-Carlton, Luxury Collection, Marriott, Westin, W, Autograph Collection, and Delta by Marriott.

Marriott’s all-inclusive resorts will offer a variety of amenities, culinary options and experiences for all ages, and tailored for each brand.

For adults, all-inclusive amenities may include fitness and spa facilities, reservation-free dining at gourmet restaurants, adult-only pools with swim-up bars, 24-hour room service, on-premises nightclubs and unlimited premium beverage programs.

Family-oriented resorts may offer options such as water sports and other sport activities, innovative children’s and teen clubs and multiple entertainment venues.

Marriott International’s Executive Vice President and Global Chief Development Officer Tony Capuano described the all-inclusive resort platform as “a natural progression for Marriott”.

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“It will provide the ownership community a game-changing value proposition for their luxury and premium resort projects around the world while providing guests a new vacation option with brands they trust.”

Marriott International’s Executive Vice President and Global Chief Development Officer Tony Capuano

The new platform will provide the company’s 133 million Marriott Bonvoy members with the option to earn and redeem points for the pay-one-price concept.